Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Jan 2006 18:59 UTC
Apple Intel has released betas of its software development tools for Mac OS X running on the Intel architecture. The tools consist of a Fortran and C++ compilers, a math kernel library and a performance primitives library. The tools are specifically designed to support Intel's Core Duo dual-core processor, as found in all the new Macs. The toolchain integrates into Apple's Xcode IDE, meaning the Intel compilers can be used in the production of Universal Binaries--applications packaged with code for both Power and Intel architecture machines.
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RE: Objective-C
by modmans2ndcoming on Wed 18th Jan 2006 21:31 UTC in reply to "Objective-C"
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that is what objective C++ is for.

you have the interface in Objective -C++ (which lets you basically link Obj-C to a C++ backend) and then a normal C++ backend.

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